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Time i'nril of the IliiilliiRton Itouto
IKAVKOUAIIA. ARRIVR ATOMUtA.
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Oninlin Sc Norlliweajtern and Slonx
Vltr & I'aclllc.
MallExpro 8:15 A.M. 2:15 P.M.
Dally except Huudaya.
Omnlbnaea and Kaggaga Wagona leare tho
eftlce, corner Farnham and Ninth utreuls, ttf
teon mlnutoa la advance of tho above Itallroad
TO AIVi:ilTINKU9. The CITY
CIUCUI.ATIUX or tlie DAILY BEE
Kxrterfa by aeveral Iluiiitred Hint of
I ta dally Incut Coiiteinpornrie Com.
JOSrTlio beat nml cheapest Hats,
Onpd, mid Fum at "Fredericks."
Jotoph Jltisgrnvo, traveling'ngont
of tho Union Pucitlc, went West
Judgo Ponbody has been in oflteo
two montlis, and durin; that timo
lins isaucd Bovonty-sovcn utarringo
Jlr. 1. A. McNamnra'a daughter
weigltH tblrtion pound. Tbo young
ludy arrived Saturday morning at
Col. Frank Bmytho and L. F.
Mnginn bavo formod a law copart
nerahip, and hung out thcir'vjoint
hingle nt Visschor'a Block.
Armstrong ?c Shook, hatter, as
will bo necn by a notice in nnothor
column, have dissolved .partnership,
Mr. Armstrong continuing iu tbo
Judgo Lrtko and Messrs. Kcnnard
and Ptcston spont New Year's day
in deer hunting, that being tho last
day for tho killing of deer under tbo-
tjamo law. They killed 0110 buck.
Tho fellow who was expoctlng
n holiday on Washington' birthday,
was 'greatly disappointed to learn.
manual uuy win como on a ouuuay
Mr. 13. D. Morsoman, having ac
cepted tlio position of superintendent
of tho Union Pncifio Kxpress, vlco
Mr. Kotchum, resigned, will begin
his duties as such uillcer en tbo ltith
ot tliis month. Mr. Moreoman thor
oughly understands tho express bttsi
iicuh, having had considerable expes
ienco as ngent of tho Unltod States
Kx press Company. ,
A party of trentyfour business
men nibt at tho Grand Ctntral Hotel
Saturday orcnitig, for tho purpose of
forming n toclul club. After thor
oughly talking tho subject over, a
committco was appointed to draft a
constitution and by-laws, and to ro
port at a meeting to bo held next
Saturday evening. The club will be'
composed ot about Bovonty-ilvo mem
bers. Tho State Hoard of Agriculture
will meet at tho Grand Central Ho
tel on Wednesday next, for tho pilr-,
pose of deciding whore the, next
State Fair shall be held. Omaha is
entitled to tho bensfit, and will pro
bably obtain it, if the business mou
and others interested in the city'
welfnr, will como forward and at
tend to the matter. Promptness and1
liberality will securo tho State Fair
Jor 1871, for Omaha,
Wednesday nlternoon n couple
o( young men, wlillo out walking on
the bottoms north of tho city, found
n dead Indian, lying upon tho ground.
Ho was wrapped up In a blankot, his
head and feet bo'.ng uncovered,
Harry Glimore has retired from
the management of the Wyoming
Hotel, and intends taking a rest. lie
ran the hotel well whilo ho was con
nected with it, and mado money lor
tho proprietors. Ho is an cxcoliont
hotel man, and that is saying a great
deal, for it'ii not ovory man that can
run a hotel.
The Wyoming Hotel has been
purchased by Capt.'D. S. Johnson, a
hotel mati'of considerable experience
in Chicago, St. Louis and Iowa. He
proposes to run tho homo in first
class style, and to keep it up to its
old standard. Cant. Koberts, former
ly connected with tho house, has ar
rived from St. Louis, and will preside
at tho ollico counter as clerk. Ho is
a gentleman quite well known by the
travollug public, and as clerk of the
Wyoming be is the right man in the
Tho only business boforo the Po
lite Court Saturday morning was the
disposal of n couple ot cases of va
grtucy, tho prisoners' names being
Frank Bunnell and Thomas Miller.
They wero arrested on suspicion of
having in their possession stolen
goods, which they wero trying to
disposo of. Bunnell had on his per
son a dlschargo from tho army, with
the certificate of character cut off.
Ho was ordered to leave town, while
Miller was discharged and allowed to
Prof. Duval's Now Ycari party
at tho Grand Contral Hotel Friday
evening was a vory fine affair. Tho
little folks" danced ironi half-past
seven till ten o'clock. They were el
egantly dressed, and as they moved
about the floor with so much natural
grace and ease, thoy presented a yery
beautiful scene, which was witnessed
with agreat deal of interest by the
patents and spectators generally.
Prof. Duval certainly deserves credit
for tho efficient manner in which he
teaches tho gtaooful accomplishment
of dancing. At ten o'clock tho old
folks began dancing, and tho party
did not break up till 2 o'clock. The
music on this 'occasion was furnished
by tho City Band, led by Prof. UofT
man. Friday evening, while a certain
young gentlemau was calling upon a
young lady, ho had Oceanian to use
his handkerchief, but instead of pull
ins; out that useful articlo he was sur
prised to find that ho had drawn from
his pocket a napkin, having plainly
marked upon it tho words, "Grand
Central Hotel." He had evidently,
while eating supper, taken it by mis
take, supposing that it was his hand'
kerchief. Ho hurriedly placed the
napkin back in bis pocket, and dur
ing the remainder of bis visit ho did
not take it out again, although lie
had a terriblo cold in his head. Un
der tho cV.sumstanccs, ho found it
necessary to make his call vory brief.
J. Sterling Morton is nt tho Grand
Henry Starring, of Chicago, is
stopping at tbo Grand Central.
Inspector-General nardio, U. S. A.,
ii at tho Grand Central Hotel.
Wm. II. Foster arrived from Cii i-
cago yesterday, and is stopping at
tho Grand Central.
Andy Borden, one of tho clerks at
the Grand Central Hotel, went East
to Chicago yesterday on it visit.
Georiro M. Shock, formerly of tho
firm of Armstrong Si Shock, left
Saturday morning for bis homo at
W. C. Langdon, formerly of tho
Union Pacific telegraph ofilco nt
Laramie, has received tho appoint
ment of oporator in tho A. & P.
ofilco ut Omaha.
Among the many arriyals at the
Wyoming Hotel aro the following :
W O Lungdon, Erie, P; J w'too
ler, Chicago; A W Jarr.es, St Lotiisj
J D T;urner and wife,, St Louis; Dan
iel Moloney, Denlson, Iowa; Tlios
Grady and wifo, Virginia City, Nov;
...-,, ...... ...., . .. .-j, .,
chard Cowell, do;j Jas G reason, do;
M IJowdoiti,' Portland, MejThos
Doaiiug, do; Mrs Bishop aud child
Paiitie3 along the lino of tho U.
P. It. It. wanting anything in the
shoo lino would do well to send thoir,
ordors to M. T. Klnnoy, Columbus'
His stock is complete, both in East
ern and home-made. Ho makes fino
sowed boots to measuro in qs good
stylo as nny maker in tho Stato; also,
pegged call, kip and case goods to or
f 5 ItKWAnn. Lost last, night, ops
positcJ. ti. Gibson's, on Fouiteouth
street, a silver watch. Lcavo at
jan3dlt W. V. Mobbc & Co.'s.
Indian curiosities at 163 Farnham
treet , , aul4tf
Sr.K McKolligon's card on the fourth
Tho cepartuerithin 'heretofore ex-
isting between tho undorsigned I
dissolved this day by mutual consent.
Tho business hereafter will bo carried
on by G. R; Armstrong, who alone is
authorized to make collections fqr
the hito firm, aud will, liquidate all
UHMIUloa. 'i ailaVtl
GiioitaE M. Shook,
JaaSJlt G. R. ArmstronQj
FOOLS ARE NOT
The Grand Confidonco Game- that
was Played by tho "Groat
Some four or five weeks ago a
woman about forty or fifty years o(
age, named Mitchell, camo to Omaha,
accompanied by a carpenter, who
passed himself off ns her husband.
Madame Mitchell professod to bo one
of tho most wonderful fortuno tellers
of the age, able to lift tho veil from
the misty future, and to rclato in
detail tho events of tho past, and also
to effect tho most remarkable
cures. Sho advortlsed extensively as
tho "Great European Wizard," who
could seo tho nature, cause and timo
of all events and mysterious circum
stances at every ago of life; describo
all tilings, persons and character, and
exact locution of buried treasures;
show a correct likeness of your futuro
partner in her celebrated Rock Dia
mond; bring about wonderful recon
ciliations between estranged la
dies and gentlemen, Ac, and
it Was not long before her rooms on
Tenth street wero crowdod by tbo
people of both soxes, of all ages aud
color, rich and poor, all of whom,
either out ol faith iu the advertised
powers of tho "Great Europoan Wiz
ard," or elso out of mero curiosity,
paid her fees, some of which wero
quito large, in order to have their
fortunes told, or some chronic disease
cured. ' Madamo Mitchell, who
claimed to hnvo been born under a
lucky star, reaped a rich harvest from
tho crop of fools who visitod her.
Friday sho concluded that it
was about time to pack up and
travel, as mauy of hor victims were
beginning to smell a mouse, as her
predictions failed to como true, and
her cures were all a sham. So iu tho
evening she and her husband pur
chased tickets for Chattanooga, attuo
St. Joo ticket office, and left Satur
day morning at five o'clock over the
Kansas City, St. Joo nnd Council
Bluffs railway. At the timo they
bought their tickets they expressed a
desire that nothing should bo said
about it. This roused tho suspicion
of a gentleman whoovorhoard the re
quest, and ho warned their bourding
houso keeper, who, however, stated
that thoy had always paid their bills
in advance This they could afford
to do, as their revenue from the army
of tho fools who beseiged their rooms,
But the sequel of their sudden de
parture transpiredJSaturday morning.
It was ludicrous in tho extreme in
fact, wo feel ourselt unable to do the
mattor justice Suffice it to say, that
tho victims swarmed about the house,
anxiously inquiring for tho "Great
European Wizard," and each sighing
over the loss of their money, taken
from them by this bold confidenco
woman. Among the motloy crowd
wero noticed n colored woman and
her daughter, who had paid Madamo
Mitchell $25 to hayo her euro some
disease which nfllicted tho daughter,
Tho diseafo was worse than ever, and
they both wanted bck their money.
Another victim, n white woman, was
lamenting tho loss of $10; a young
man who had contributed fifteen dol
lars to this huge fraud, wore a woe
begone expression on bis countenance.
Others, among whom were some vory
respectable appearing peoplo, camo to
tho house, ami mado anxious inquir
ies for tho ''Groat European
Wizard," aud when thoy learned
that sho had gone, they discreetly
concealed their vexution, nnd re
turned homo sadder, wiser and poor
er men and women.
Tho number of peoplo that wero
victimized by this quack and fortune
telling Iruud is very largo, larger by
far than any ono would suppose.
Should tho fool-killer visit Omaha at
tho presont time i0 YQild havo an
extensive job on his hands.
SCHOOL BOOKS 11 Tho J)E3T
BOOK STORE to buy them, is at
the BAZAR. Also stationery, &c.
Great reduction in prices. Tho
most sensible present is n fine sott of
furs. (Sable eelts, Mink tells of the best
quality, Royal Ermine, Alalia ieql,
Aslracan. Everything tasty and
fasliionablo. All goods are sold
greally below their valuo. Gents'
furs vory low. Childrona' Hotts al
most given away. Now is tho time
to buy. Ladies should not fail to
avail themselves of this cliancp.
Never again will furs bo sold nt such
prices. Pleaso call in time and mako
your selections. A. Hudbuman.
A full assortment of Rubber Goods
And Children's ycar,
At W. B. Lonisa & Co.'s,
Corner Fourteenth and Farnham Sts,,
Opposite Graud Central Hotel,
BARGAINS I BARGAINS I
naVlng bought W. V. Morso &
Co.'s retail stock of Boots nnd Shoos,
we would call attention to the mauy
bargains to bo obtained, and invito
inspection of the same.
W. B. Lonma & Co.,
Cornor Fourteenth and Farnham St.,
' opposite the Grand Centralillotcl.
A Bold Confidenco Game Brought
Some months ago, vwr renders will
rcmambcr that wo mentioned tho
fact of the arrest of Jack McDonald,
a notorious three-card moi-.to man of
this city, by one Thomas Smith, of
Abilene, Kansas, where McDonald
formerly resided, and where, becotn.
ing involved in como difficulty, he
was obliged to givo $500 bonds for
his appearance at the District Court.
His bondsmen were Tlios. Smith, E.
P. Wilton, then editor of tho Abilene
Chronicle, but now editor and pro
prietor of the Topcka Timet, nnd an
other man. McDonald forfeited his
bonds and came to Omaha. Smith
was sent after him by tho other two
bondsmen. After McDonald was ar
rested, his Omaha friends raised tho
five hundred dollar for him, nnd one
hundred1, dollars besides with which
to pay nil his expense, nnd
thus obtained his roloaso without his
being taken out of tho city. This
money was all paid over to Smith,
who returned to Abilcno, and repre
sented to his associates on the bond,
that ho could not find McDonald,
aud did not rcceivo n cent at Omaha.
He domanded aud obtained from his
associates tho sum of ono hundred
dollars, as tbo expenses of tho trip ;
Ihey also wero obliged to pay their
portion of tho bond. They dis
covered some time afterwards that
Smith had played them a sharp
gumoj and thoy accordingly deter
mined to bring him to justice.
Mr. Wilson arrived iu town
a day or two since, and procured
a large amount of testimony in the
shape of depositions from parties who
are thoroughly conversant with the
whole affair. This testimony will be
used .against Smith noxt Tuesday in
court at Abilene. McDonald him
self, ex-City Marshal Kimball, and
other parties, nil testify to tho fact
that the money was paid to Smith,
who, it is claimed, mado nearly seven
hundred dollars by tho operation.
Mr. Wilson, returned to Kansas Sat
urday, determined to hnvo jutico
dealt out to the man Smith, who has
a very mean and dishonest
Save Your Paper Hags and Pat
ronize Homo Industry.
Arrangomeuts aro now under way
by tho undersigned to erect a paper
mill in Omaha, at an early day. Ho
would therefore invito ovorybody to
savo their rags for homo consumption.
Extra prices paid at my warehoueo,
104 and ICC Douglas street, between
10th and 11th. H. Bbrthold.
Higli livers, tho so indulging in
ease and pleasure, nnd those of sedan-
tary habits, can provent Bolls, Car
buncles, Gout, Red Skin, Eruptions,
Pimples, Constipation, Piles, Drowsi
ness, Biillousness, nnd other condi
tions induced by such habits, by
taking from four to six of Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Purgative Pellets onco a
week, or, bolter still, one to two
each night, Twouty-fivo cents n
vial, by all druggists. GG3-d&wl
I wish to sell my largo stock of
furs at vory low prices. Now is tho
timo to buy. Ladies, please call and
select. Prices aro surosto suit.
dl5tf A. Huuekman.
Uo to Solomon's best Coal Oil.
Try Head Light Oil, 175 fino test;
safe as lard; only 40c. per gallon.
Fiiesh oaramol and
taffy at L;v
Gendink Goods in tho mllllnerV
lino, and cheap, at Mrs. Atkinson's,
cor. of 17th at. and Capitol nv.
Old papers fur sale by the hundred
at the Bee office.
Holiday hats and bonnets. Some
thing new, nt Mrs. Atkinson's, cornor
Capitol nvcnuo and Seventeenth sts.
If you want to buy aline and elo
gant, and nt tho same timo cheap,
dress, call at Bushman's, 13th street,
hot. Farnham and Douglas. Only
ono price asked. 24tf
If you wish to savo money in buy
ing dry goods, examiuo thoso at
Bushman's strictly one price cash
store, 13th st., bet. Farnham and
Cheap John has removed to 147
Farnham, near 10th st. Call and get
CASH " PAID FOR DRESSEP
nOGS, by F. II. Gicssleman ; office,
21C 1-2 Farnham street. d2Gtf
FORTSCOTr (red and black) COAL
OTTUMWA (Iowa) COAL.
LAOKAWANNA "(anthr.) COAL,
BLOSSBURG (blacksmith's) COAL.
Union Coal and Mining Co,,
13th st., bet. Farnham aud Douglas
O. B, Fitcii puy cash for second
hand furniture. 400 Twelfth street,
between Farnham aud Ilarnoy.
'LclVRi your orders' for Gillasvy
Coal, of Ottumwa, 212 Farnham st.
VTirK.-AiiTMtlim(nts nf To It. for
Hale, IO't, WniilK, Found, Hoviting, Ac, will
I liiscrlndln tho columns nnco for TI'.N
CFNTH twr line! wli milivqitrnt lnertlnn,
FIVi: CENTS por lln. "Tli flrt lnrllon
norcr less Minn TWI;nty-kivk (jkst.
17IOII IlKNT A nnuv ntlli r. rooms, mi
1 Cbarln. str t Hlilmi's id lltloii, l-olwceii
2M ntiJ 'J.cl streets. Adili) i
Ja3t3 throiuli l'o tnfllcc.
WANTED tlcrmivii ilnu clerk or (If f mm
jonlli tlist wishes to learn '1'It lo
C. r. llooJuuti, Ilrugilst, Kum'jn'ii strcit.
18 ttirra sortltu la ly nrliro "wlio ile
slrrt n cll-crnt Rentlsin.n of ghwl nlrirtts,
to tislst In m iklnft mono.
Ja3tl WM. n rr.1, OmiIui, Nob.
NOTKIK. Mycounrcitoii l It II P Voiii
In? Ilotot toruili ntol ..ti lli l-l rf .faun
rr. 1874. lt.VI HV UlIiMnill..
FOH Ht'NT llous" of fho ro im, cloct,
K0'1 crllar nml tlstru, No. 12$ Can it,,
Let. 11 h uti.l 14th. Apply to Win. Knwltrrr,
ror. .Tonos nml "Hi slrots. Js2lf
HOUSt: roil IIKNT-On IStli st , nenr
Cuming. 8. A. TAYLOll A CO.
HOtJSP. t'OIl ItKNT-On ISIlt. let. Chlrngo
and Cuss. B. A. TAYLOIl A. CO.
STOIir. 1'OIt IIKNT-Ou N W cor. Ifilh nd.
Clilcago. 8. A. TAVLOlt A CO.
POn ltl'.MT 7 rooms, suitable for dwelling,
ror. ICtU nnd C'lilcmo.
Ja2lt 8. A. TAYLOIl A CO.
HOUSE roil llL'KT On fill, and Doduo.
8. A. TAYLOIl A UO.
OOMB TO Itr.NT-l'iirnMifd or nnfur-
nlslKil, Willi 'r without board. Apply at
610 Twelfth street.
WANTUD To bur for raili, a liouso nnd
lot. Applr-at No, aiO 1'iirnliam atroe ,
txtwran Uth and 13th. ' Ja.Vlw
A furnished mom, on Pnuilas
I strnet. 1u't r
Inquire of John Wablrar.
mun' tlio l.uihsran Cliurcu.
FOH 8At.K liouso mi I lot. on corner of
irih and I'nclfle, which will bo sold cheap
for cash. Inquire on thoprttulses. jallC"
PT.ACR WANTi:i)-InprlTalo faiullr, to
do general housework.
lt A. VV. WinT, rostofuce.
TjWK 11KNT A lious'wlth7roons, on lit''
1 st . bet. Jackson aud Jones. Inqiilm at
this ollico. clecMtf
PAIlTim nntln a'sl'ttinrc In lnlngor
oienlnzsMsof booVs, cr wintlng a ist
msnent booL-kccper, will apply to
.1. n. KVAfcS,
dcc29-lw ;so I nrnham street.
ANT.W STYI.i: In Woolen and Wire
1'lower hlinds; also, Book Hacks for
rlmrch ue. Manufacturer of IM ent Clothei
Ilurs nnd Improved Ironliu Bomls and Chil
dren's SlcUhs, at W. Qooutt's, Cjruonter and
HuHdfr, 18th street.
rpiIlinK furnlshiil rooms to rent, with enn-
X T'iiiodccs for tiro.
Inqulro at No G19 Fit-
MALK Teacher Wantcd-ln District No. 2.
Apply to U. (I. Uudley, or to U. I'atrlck.
Oil SAI.F. AT A nAufJAIN A neat
eomforlabla bouss. In aiad renilr. with 4
rooms, ccllir, out h iusis and pood cistern. In-
liiiro ai i' j, .Mcuonaia's, corner 10th and
Vrnhim streets. dU t(
VTEW, AT T. 0. UnONEIlS.
vrnw mess M.vcKnnEL.
"VTEW TICKLE.S IN VINEOAR.
FUESII OY.STEItS, EVERY DAY.
OYSTEIIS, GAME, ALL KIND1 OF
-TVlllirSEI) Oil ALIVE,
AT ALLKSDOnF'S, 209 Doug'as street.
ALSO CUOICE ATl'LES by the barrel.
Wholesale & Betail
IIA3 THE I1EST STOCK IN OMAIIA,
AND MAKES THE
203 Farnham St
sepld 0 mo we tatAvrly
Attorney at Law
5001-2 THIETEENTH STREET. OMiHA.
- T. W. T. Ricliurds,
Attorney at Law,
Ofilco 510 10 tli St., bot. Fftrnliam
nnd Uoti(jla, Oninlin, Nel).
P. 0. Box 800. atigUtf
Chas, L. & Geo. Krutli,
Huve rdinoted from 511 13th atreel, to their
0(17 DotfQlnN Ntreet, Corner l-1(ll. '
Thankful for lasttiVors, and hoplnu for
oulluuanco of tho same, wo would Invito our
old lilruds looms ttiuur now store and hti)
us. Wo luvo laid Iu a Urge stock of Imported
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Wo shall nnVoa specialty of supplying pri
vate laiullles during tlio holtJays. dlGtoJl
23. -WIWDEt BXM,
GIGAIIS AND TOIIAOCO.
NK corner Farnham and Elerentli streets,
OMAIIA, .... NEUltAbKA.
Farmers, Road This I
Buy your Orocerles whero you fan get
most for ) our money, lutronlze the
1X33 13 3J H. O ONT T ,
AndaaroTEN I'EIt CENT.
P. II. ALIEN,
Northeast cor. 15th and Douglas sts., Omaha,
sept.! I wly
a t,o 2opTrfj,",,,.".t,si
nwntitoi nt H1ib ut vmilifr aTtrnld. tnalrii ninrc
ii.oucr st woik for ut In tholr ipir mo in en ti,
. .11 !. !.... .1. ... . ....lt.U...il.n A .1.1...
Vi ait iitv 1 1 111 Vt! 14 ii 7 tu-K'H riPfi nuuini
U BIIMfcON A Co., I'ortland, Maine. BOTtl)
For Moohanics, Men of Small
Moans, and Everybody.
lll'.DICK A llitl(l(Hhc Just put In mar
ket Hfiy Acts of Kind
In the Heart of the City!
I.yln? Intmedlalely south of Ht, Mary's arenue,
botwicii 20tli and 2(th streets, ndjo nlng Mr
l'urclme's, on the south. To bo 10M In par
cels of on acre each, nt
& 1 , O O O !
Ore VO.no) witlh lute been Slid In tin
past thirty .i.
First Conn First Scrrotl, nl Tlicso
Price, Until April 1st, vrhou
IlA'l'ICS W1I.I, UU DOUai.KD.
Ladies Fashionable Cloak
and Dress Maker.
Promenade Suits, Erininit Drews, Wedding
eultB, Mornlni? Wrappora, Coats. Ac, cut to
order In the latest l'arlsiau styles, lis Ting
carried on fashionable cutting nnd fitting for
ladios in nil ill hr.iuches In the various capitals
and centres of fashion In Europa and America
I tako pleusuro la Introduclug mysolf to the
ladlia of Omaha. Pntlslactlon guaranteetl In
every department of my prof ssiun.
So. 000 13tb Street.
OCtCdlT H. WE1.P.
537 lltb. St., ltetwetn Doughs and Dodge,
'"tf OMAHA, 7iV.ll.
. 100 FAKSIIAiU STItKKT,
Between 10th and tub,
VIOTOR DLOIIOS3, - Prop'r.
IABLE8 BDPPICD WITH EVERYTHING
In tho Market.
Open From 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.
All Meals Served to Order.
OYQTERS 8EBVHD IN EVEET STYLE
Game in season. Prices to suit the
263 rarahaui (treat, hotweeu litu and lSth',
aei rarahaui at., Dee. 14 lb laUi,
255 Harucy stroot, between Hth and 10th.
Cnrrlah'o aud Wnfe'on Making
In all it Brandies, In tlio latest and most
approve 1 pattern.
uonsE inior.iNo and ulauuimitmmi
and repairing dona on short notice.
YAN DORN'S MACHINE
All kinds of light aud heavy
MACHINERY MAUK& ItKl'AIIUID.
BSVAW Work Uuarantud.-QM
KtI?LX BXHEET ' OMAHA-
f 111 I
jjl Mifm l
V J fF Iffllfcli Wi ii'afciif VyFt
Have on hand a graat variety of
Whtch we ofor for sale at Ii is'ern prises. A larjs atocV of
MATTRESSES AXTD BEDDING,
Curled Hair, Mosi, Upholstery Materials, Mirrors, elc. We luanufaeturo to j
oruer any articio or lurnitttro watUoa.
Nos. 187, 189 and 191 Farnham Street.
.?i?;y.?WA?l.te.S"" ,hj !'.'tnd most complete .tv of
call and examine my Koods and prices hofors
r,irVn.f .n.i. i i i r . i " ' '"""'l '" r I.HUUH waroiiiroet Ir.im tliopjUc
i uimP. V.,)m.J,w ln .""".' alJ, '"jrlB llrut Imo thi nunufictorUi Iu tli aaoumry, I
. iiiuuiniiuLHft it rji.Hrn in. itriii. 1.1 .... r.. hhm .ii .. ni. ...... ..f i ..,.
dMfeod JOEL T. GRIFFEN.
f II HlViVllBlllSBSLBLBLBLBLBLBLflL j U
TIN PLATE, AND SHEET IRON,
Japanned Ware, Tools and Machines.
ParticularatUntlon will be paid to Orders from the Trade, MerehaaU oonvoaleut to this mu
kst can save both time and money by ordering from us.
0RDEB3 80LI0ITED AND BATI8PA0TI0N OUABAHTEED.
JTSole Western Agency lor Ntbrolta and to VItrn Territories for th
Charter Oak and
Send for PricfjLUU. AddreM
Issv7-X3sra 3A.oia:x3srEis f
The Singer Mappagtdrin6 Company.
SatlaboUon Qui Case. KrerMachlno Warranted. Better Tor tr. th.n o (Isn't
1 by any AtbjjttcUabU Company.
MACHINt TWIST, LINEN AND COTTON THREAD,
uiuaun btock in thk citt, at kabtkbn pp.icEa.
3NT. CTUaVWOXsT, A.Bent,
Prll Donr.lM Nlreet, Omaha.
O. IF. GOODMAN", L
A.yit-1 HmmXttr iaa.
PAINTS, OILS, AND WINDOW GLASS,
OMAHA, - Neb.
N. I. D. SOLOMON,
OILS A1TD V7INDOW OLA S3,
COAL OIL AND HEAD-LIO-HT OIL,
OMAHA, - - - -out NEBRASKA,
KSrMnfiK! (WoiOim aiHHhPi. kJi
Lj ' I, . rggygtaylst. S?7?far2Cs7
Wf -jv 'W-r' '--"- fm
DKSCHII'TIO.V Kiullcs3 Vnilcty,
NU 111 kllU UUJT KJ1US Wtl IMV
Stewart Cooking Stoves.
"f4s TiT'G. l&CJX,
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